withdraw from

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withdraw someone from something

1. to pull someone out of something physically. She withdrew the child from the water just in time. I had to withdraw my child from the kindergarten room. He was having such a good time, he wouldn't leave on his own.
2. . to remove someone from an organization or a nomination. The committee withdrew John from nomination and put up someone else. I withdrew my son from kindergarten.
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withdraw something from someone or something

to pull something out of someone or something. She withdrew the book from the stack. I withdrew the splinter from Dave carefully.
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withdraw from something

1. to depart from something physically. I withdrew from the smoky room and ran to the open window to get some air. I withdrew from the unpleasant-looking cafe and looked for something more to my liking.
2. . to end one's association with someone or something. I decided to withdraw from all my professional organizations. I had to withdraw from the association because the dues had become too high.
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But if he could prove otherwise, Lim said it should be Estrada who should withdraw from the race.
Ban was quoted by AN NAHAR as saying that the Israeli government has accepted his request to withdraw from al-Ghajar.
We couldn't find a situation ever when a candidate was nominated and wanted to withdraw from a runoff,'' Martinez said.
Attorneys representing clients in matters pending before a court have an additional responsibility to obtain the court's permission before they can withdraw from representation.
An attorney shall not be permitted to withdraw from an action unless the withdrawal is approved by the court.
At trial, the evidence as to whether the firm had had "good cause" to withdraw from the engagement was disputed.
It also upheld the auditor's right to withdraw from an engagement when the client requests conduct that is not in keeping with GAAP or GAAS.
However, given the current environment, we have no choice but to issue a notice of our intent to withdraw from personal auto insurance in Massachusetts.
As a result, Fireman's Fund yesterday provided to officials its official notice of intention to withdraw from personal automobile as of December 31, 2004, because all insurers are required by law to file paperwork six months in advance of actual withdrawal.
The beneficiaries, who did not possess a substantial current or future economic interest in the trust corpus, had the right under the trust document to withdraw from the settlor's contributions to the trust an amount not exceeding the $10,000 annual limitation.
We were - of course - surprised by BBH's decision to withdraw from our process to pitch our primary competitor, given the advanced stage of its participation in our agency review," said Kramer.
Wieden + Kennedy made a reluctant decision late last week to withdraw from the review process due to logistical constraints.
chose to withdraw from the letter of intent rather than explore alternatives that could have possibly been of benefit to both companies.